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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of fanaticise.
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From my point of view, the Neqab is an Islamic phenomenon, and the only appropriate response to it is using the Qur'an and the Sunnah and allowing young Muslims to know their Islamic rights and be able to resist being "fanaticised".
The precautionary principle has become fanaticised.
When he talks about a little /small minority of Muslims that are fanaticised by Al Quedasic elements...he talks rubbish.
Yet Naipaul also observed with profound insight that even the most fanaticised among them know that the
The penny of a perverted, partial, and fanaticised conscience has swallowed up the pound of instruction, and truth, and justice, and brotherly love.
-- The answer was, that "being fanaticised by their leaders, and accustomed to fight with the Turks, who gave no quarter, they would be killed sooner than surrender."
Unfortunately in the present case she has become more fanaticised than any other state.